Ronaldinho was detained alongside his brother Roberto de Assis Moreira on 6 March, accused of entering Paraguay in possession of false passports.
Brazil on Saturday surpassed 100,000 coronavirus deaths and three million cases of infection.
Willian rejected Tottenham Hotspur to join Chelsea from Russian outfit Anzhi Makhachkala for £30 million ($39 million) in 2013.
Coronavirus toll in Brazil surpasses 1,00,000, cases cross 30 lakh; experts lament 'insufficient' testing
Many of Brazil's 27 states have begun to reopen shops and restaurants, though responses have differed, as has the strain on the health system
A test against bacterial pneumonia resulted in zero deaths in a group who got photodynamic therapy while 60% of the control group participants died
Canine turns car salesman: Hyundai outlet in Brazil appoints 'Tucson Prime the dog' as honorary employee
From guarding the entrance to interacting with customers, Tucson Prime has a lot of responsibilities at the showroom
The National Institute for Space Research recorded 6,803 fires in the Amazon rainforest last month, compared to 5,318 in the same month of 2019.
The gradual undermining of democratic rules during an economic crisis and a public health catastrophe could leave Latin America primed for slower growth and an increase in corruption and human rights abuses
Global COVID-19 toll crosses 6.02 lakh, cases climb to 1.42 crore; US continues to be worst-hit country
The US alone accounts for over 37 lakh COVID-19 cases, while Brazil has reported 20 lakh and India, 10 lakh.
India coronavirus cases surge past million mark; MIT estimates country will be worst-hit nation in the world
About 25,000 deaths have been officially attributed to COVID-19, but testing remains sparse, so the real figure could be significantly higher.
State football match called off in southern Brazil after 14 members of team test positive for COVID-19
The football match was due to kick off on Sunday at 4 pm local time but was cancelled on the orders of the state’s Health Secretariat.
Brazil’s indigenous population of roughly 850,000 is more vulnerable to the COVID-19, as it lives in remote areas with little access to health care systems, and its communal lifestyle rules out social distancing.
Will 'recover swiftly' due to hydroxychloroquine, says Jair Bolsonaro day after testing positive for COVID-19
Bolsonaro posted a video on Facebook of him taking a dose of hydroxychloroquine, a day after he tested positive for COVID-19.
Bolsonaro, 65, had earlier said that his history as an athlete would protect him from the virus, and that it would be nothing more than a 'little flu' if he were to contract it
Regeneron begins phase III trials of REGN-COV2; here's how antibody cocktail can help COVID-19 patients
Currently, the antibody cocktail, developed by researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Regeneron, is in the phase 2 treatment trials stage
Oxford's vaccine offers ‘good duration of immunity’ to COVID-19 compared to no vaccine: lead researcher
The vaccine has been licensed to AstraZeneca and is in its Phase III of its human trials in the UK.
Satellite imagery shows illegal gold mining in Brazil has increased, threatens the Yanomami tribe in the heart of the Amazons
The lust for gold has attracted wildcat prospectors, who have destroyed forests, poisoned rivers and brought fatal diseases to the tribe.
Confirmed cases cross 9.4 mn globally, with US accounting for over 4.7 mn COVID-19 infections alone; toll surpasses 4.80 lakh
The fresh daily situation report estimates the number of COVID-19 infections reported in the past 24 hours at 177,012. Further, 5,116 virus-related deaths were reported over the same period, taking the toll to 484,249.
The Brazilian football confederation said 19 of the 20 clubs in the top flight were open to playing in other cities if their hometowns are considered not safe enough by health authorities.
Around the world, governments that had appeared to tame the coronavirus are adjusting to the reality that the disease is here to stay